Being good and being a really good human being has nothing to do with atheism. Well, it has nothing to do with being 'religious', as well. But - atheists - who kind of hold the official stamp to stamp themselves as rationally righteous and more (most?) correct than others - are the ones who run the blinding matrix that we need to penetrate - and - break.
Any human who has had the time to experience life, more than likely knows that we do survive in some form after physical passing. Can you enlighten us on 21st physics that have postulated on this?
I have seen a few threads you started recently and hardly know what to say on any of them.
Who is the "we", ... are you one or many?
Are you referring to me or God, coloefulone...will all you respect to you.
I don't think anyone needs to penetrate and break anything. We all need to be more accepting of different points of view. What harm can an atheist's beliefs do to mine? Their beliefs cannot harm a hair on my head, cannot sway my opinions (unless coupled with stellar arguments) and do not impede my rights to freedom of conscience.
I say, live and let live.
Atheists play devil's advocate and are useful to themselves and the rest of us in many ways. But, especially to themselves.
"Being good and being a really good human being has nothing to do with atheism"
Can you elucidate, G.s.?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 8 years ago
The common thread that weaves through Atheism,Objectivism and Reductionism is the belief that reality can and must only be rationalized purely on the basis of its material or physical form.Atheism posits that anything that is not sensed in any physical way (seen, smelled, tasted, heard and touched)...
by shakeelz 9 years ago
According to aethism is only a wrrong and illogical concept. We can not say that there is no God. How could this be possible? Does this whole great universe made at its own? Did a human make itself?
by Inspirepub 8 years ago
This thread is for the best examples of people who do not understand the Theory of Evolution and are yet convinced that they have a logical argument which proves it is incorrect.
by Inspirepub 9 years ago
For those who want to get a quick update on where the Mega-Thread Of Doom has got to, I will post newly-agreed propositions on this thread as they are agreed.Please don't try to argue about them on this thread!JennyThe story so far ...Theists and atheists agree that:1. Statements cannot be...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
Is atheism an anchronistic non-belief system? Of all the "isms" that has bedeviled man's existence, it could be said that atheism takes the cake for being inexplicably incongrous with modernity, for in its essence, non-belief (in somehting or anything) belies...
by daphniemoreno 4 years ago
What's your stand on Atheism?i'm agnostic and skeptic. And just want to know people's opinion, comment, and expression about atheism.
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